TV Land Orders Two Pilots, Including One From Former NBC Entertainment Chief

May 25, 2012  •  Post A Comment

A cast-contingent pilot from Ben Silverman’s Electus has been ordered by TV Land, along with a comedy from "Whitney" executive producer Scott Stuber, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed.

The pilot from Silverman, the former co-chairman of NBC Entertainment, is called "I’m Not Dead Yet," and features a man with a rare heart condition that means he could die at any moment, the story says. "Dead" is written by Jon Sherman of "Frasier" and Silverman is co-executive producing along with Electus’ Jimmy Fox.

The second cast-contingent pilot is called "Brothers-in-Law," and tracks a husband and the eccentric fiance of his wife’s twin sister, with the two men forced to bond by the sisters even though they have nothing in common, the story says. Stuber is executive producing.

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